The Guardia Civil has arrested one person as the suspected perpetrator three crimes Leaving the scene of the accident, failure to provide assistance and injuries due to gross carelessness, afterwards ran over a minor under the age of 16 on August 30 in the town of Tudela de Duero in Valladolid and on the run.
The events began when, on the afternoon of August 30, in the town of Tudela de Duero, Valladolid, a minor under the age of 16 was run over by a tourist and his driver did not stop the march and began to flee the scene of events, which caused Severe injury to the victim.
The victim had to be evacuated by ambulance to the Hospital Clínico de Valladolid after a person passing through the site called the emergency services, the General Directorate of the Armed Institute reported in a statement collected by Europa Press.
Due to these facts, on August 31st, the Guardia Civil was requested by the Tudela de Duero Municipal Police Investigation of a traffic accident there in place A rear view mirror was recovered of the vehicle involved.
The Valladolid Civil Guard took over the investigation and launched the investigation as a matter of urgency to prevent the disappearance of evidence. The investigations carried out are instructive. who carried out the arrest of the person responsible on September 4th.
According to the same sources, the detainee was at the time of his arrest was busy with repair work to replace the damaged parts of the car and together with the procedure carried out it was made available to the Valladolid Customs Court.
The Penal Code Is considering prison sentences of six months to four years Driver’s license suspension of one to four years and a fine of six to eighteen months.
The Guardia Civil recalls the introduction of the APP ALERTCOPS years ago. This mobile application is a alarm service This enables precise, free and fast communication with the security forces and the security corps. This allows you to draw attention to a criminal situation that you are a victim or witness, and also receive alerts on your mobile phone when you are in an incident-affected area.